Martin P. Lee


Martin Lee graduated with first class honours in geography and geology from King's College London in 1975. He was then awarded a masters degree in geography from Keele University for a thesis on Norwegian glacial deposits. After service as a fellow at Lancaster University, he became a lecturer at Leicester University. From 1987 until 2006 he was a senior lecturer at the Royal Military College of Science (RMCS) which was part of Cranfield University.  He has written one book and over 50 articles.
Upon early retirement, aged 53, he re-trained as a gentleman dance host and port lecturer for the Saga Shipping Company, Seabourn, Cunard, Crystal, Celebrity, Voyages of Discovery and the Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines. He now spends half the year at his home in Bournemouth and half the year at sea having completed over 100 cruises in the last ten years!
He also continues to be an associate lecturer of the Open University with over 34 years service behind him supervising two MSc dissertation students per year on course T802





324 Illustrated Port Talks from across the World (List available upon request!)

Biographical Illustrated Talks:


Grieg: His Life & Music

Sibelius: His Life & Music

Tchaikovsky: His Life & Music

Tommy Cooper: Just Like That!

Shackleton: The importance of being Sir Ernest

Columbus: Admiral of the Ocean Sea

Rhodes across Africa: Cecil's Story

César Manrique: Artist & Architect of Lanzarote

Hitler & Putin: A Tale of Four Cities

Hamlet: Prince of Denmark

Macbeth: the Scottish Play



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